It's not very nice to be so mean about someones recipe. If it didn't suit your taste, than that's too bad. But there's no need to be so harsh and say it was yuck. I think it was delicious, and many others agreed. Than you for sharing this recipe with us. My picky 2 year old loved it, and so did my picky 25 year old husband. thanks again for a great recipe!
Yuck! I hate giving this recipe even 1 star, it's that bad!!
Delish! I made this up for my lunches for the week, and I enjoy it more everyday! Very easy and quick to make. Thanks Dancer!
Made this for dinner to go with Bourbon Chicken (#45809) and it was wonderful. We made it without the chicken and used frozen stir fry mix veggies. My veggie hating kids even liked it. When we make it again (and we definitely will) I will add a little more garlic.
Yummy, yummy, YUMMY! I am SO glad you posted this here...I clipped it a long time ago from Light and Tasty but have since lost the clipping. Thank goodness for 'Zaar (and Dancer!!)! This is most definitely a keeper. I used water chestnuts and mushrooms instead of the snow peas b/c I had some left over from New Year's Eve recipes. I was generous with the garlic and ginger, and also added a pinch of sugar (didn't measure but would guess 1/2 t) to the marinade at other folks' advice. The only change I will make next time is the kind of noodles--I used angel hair and really wished for something a little thicker/heartier like udon or soba. Also, I was tempted to leave out the oil to further trim the recipe, but I'm glad I didn't. IMHO it is necessary to get that yummy restaurant "fried noodle dish" taste, and it doesn't add that much fat...
This was great!! I did not use the white wine. I did add a little sesame oil to the other oil. I also added mushrooms and next time I will add some water chestnuts, just because we like them in our stir fry. The sauce was great and my whole family loved this recipe. Will be making this often. Thank you so much for this recipe!! It is a keeper!
This was very good and ever so sesy to put together. I loved the combination of textures--the smooth noodles, tender chicken and crunchy vegetables. I would increase the hot pepper flakes next time, and maybe the garlic and ginger as well, b ecause it did seem a wee tad bland. But all in all, a fine dinner.
I have tried many stir fry dishes with little success. This is a great dish for the beginner who wants something easy to make but still tastes fantastic. even my VERY picky children ate this. We had it two nights in a row, just to prove that the first time wasn't a fluke!
This was INCREDIBLE.... simple, easy, you can use SO many different types of veggies in there.... it tastes authentic, we LOVED IT! Thank you for sharing the GREAT recipe!